The Only Problem With This $2 Million Wisconsin Castle Is That It’s Ugly
If you've ever wanted to own a home that you could instantly turn into a Victorian era bed and breakfast, you have to check this out.
This is another listing that came to my attention thanks to the fantastic Twitter account @ZillowGoneWild.
This house comes to us from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. I called it a castle in the title but that's only because more people click on castles than mansions AND because it is locally known as The Red Castle On Wells.
This is actually currently being used as a bed and breakfast. I'm not here to yuck anyone's yum, but I don't see how staying here can be relaxing. I'd just be worried I would break something at every turn.
Plus, I don't think I saw a television in the entire place. What are you supposed to do at night, talk to each other? No thank you.
Here's the description of the property per Zillow:
Zillow.com - Breathtaking, Stunning & Iconic best describe this rare Milwaukee Mansion known as The Red Castle on Wells St! Built in 1891, the Schuster Mansion is filled with HWFS, period woodwork, pocket doors, high ceilings & beautifully restored features of the era. With approx. 9300 sq.ft. spanning 3 floors this amazing residence is currently a successful Bed & Breakfast. Comfortable parlors, Formal DR, Library, conservatory, & delightful kitchen grace the first floor. 4 full BR suites, 3 single rooms, very spacious Innkeepers quarters complete the upper levels.
This house is for everybody, but it's definitely for SOMEBODY. Take a look below and see if you're that person.
You Can Pay Over $2 Million For A Castle In Wisconsin That's Pretty Ugly
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